Judge him over time
There exists a massive spoken or unspoken conspiracy between the Governor, the Attorney General (who was formerly the lawyer for the Governor and is appointed by the Supreme Court) various members of the Legislature, the Tennessee Bar Association, editorial page editors of various newspapers, most members of the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals to violate the integrity of the Tennessee Constitution by claiming (because they think it is a better idea) that the members of the Appellate Courts can be perpetuated in office by an election in which no other names can appear on the ballot to contest those judges.
This conspiracy exists because those involved are willing to misread the plain language of the Constitution of Tennessee which limits the power of the Legislature, the Governor and the various Appellate Judges from depriving the people of their inalienable right to elect their judges in a contested election no different from the election for governor, legislators and local officers.
This unhappy circumstance is a common disgrace which over time will become transparent because what I have said is obviously true and ultimately will be supported by honest lawyers and layman alike.
John Jay Hooker, 37205
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